CHARGE AT HOME & ON THE ROAD
Charge your devices, including the latest generation Apple devices, whenever and wherever you are. The compact Home Charger is small enough to fit even in the most-crowded outlets. Or power up while you drive with the low-profile Car Charger that sits flush in your dash.
Works with: iPad mini, iPhone 5, iPod touch (5th generation), iPod nano (7th generation), iPad (4th generation)
INCLUDES REMOVABLE LIGHTNING TO USB CABLE
The Belkin Charger Kit comes with a 4-foot Lightning to USB cable, so you can charge your Lightning connector devices at the fastest possible speed. The smaller, more durable Lightning connector is reversible, which makes plugging it in easier than ever. And because it’s removable, the cable can be used anywhere—plug it into your laptop to charge and sync, use it with the Home Charger to charge from the wall, or the Car Charger to charge on the road. Great as a replacement cable or if you simply need an extra.
UNIVERSAL USB 2.0 PORTS
The USB 2.0 Ports in the Car and Home Chargers are universal, so you can still charge your legacy Apple devices with a 30-pin cable or other devices that use a Micro-USB cable.
SMALL, COMPACT AND EASY TO USE
The small but powerful Home Charger fits easily in any wall outlet, even in tight spaces. The Car Charger’s low-profile design sits in your dash without getting in the way of your other controls. The green indicator light rings on both chargers let you know when they are fully plugged in and your device is charging.
The Belkin Charger Kit with Lightning to USB cable (10 Watt/2.1 Amp Per Port) is compatible with iPhone 5, iPad (4th generation), iPad mini, iPod touch (5th generation) and iPod nano (7th generation).
The chargers alone are also compatible with iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad, iPad 2, iPad (3rd generation), iPod touch (5th generation and earlier); iPod nano (6th generation and earlier) and iPod Classic, as well as other tablets and smartphones, when using their compatible 30-Pin or Micro-USB device cables (not included).
Depending on the type of case you have, you may need to remove your case before charging. If your speakers, Lightning connector port and AUX port are fully exposed when your case is on, you should be able to easily charge your device without removing the case.